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Meaning of “office” - Learner’s Dictionary

office

noun     /ˈɒfɪs/
PLACE [C]
A2 a room or building where people work: an office worker I never get to the office before nine. RoomsOffice practices
INFORMATION [C]
A2 a room or building where you can get information, tickets, or a particular service: a ticket office the tourist office RoomsOffice practices
JOB [U]
an important job in an organization: Some people think he has been in office for too long. She held the office of mayor for eight years. →  See also box office , the Oval Office , post office , register office , registry office Position and status in groups and organizations
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